Free and Nonwhite: Les Gens de Couleur Libres in Antebellum New Orleans


Join us at Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses for this fascinating lecture on free people of color living in antebellum New Orleans (1803 -1865). Our special guest is Kimberley Coleman, and the lecture will be virtual and free to the public with registration.

Kim Coleman
Curator and Director of Interpretation @McKenna Museums

Kim Coleman is a native New Orleanian, historian, and storyteller. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Dillard University in History and a Master of Arts degree from Southern University at New Orleans in Museum Studies. As the Curator and Director of Interpretation at the McKenna Museums, Kim has combined her love of history and art to develop authentic New Orleans narratives.

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Hermann-Grima House820 St. Louis Street

New Orleans, LA 70112 (map)


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